Wild Isles Camper Hire - FAQ
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FAQ

At Wild Isles Camper Hire, we want to rake the hassle out of booking your Campervan holiday. That’s why we’ve answered some of the most common questions we receive below. If you still don’t see an answer to your question then please just get in touch.

How old do I have to be to hire a campervan?

You will have to be aged between 25 and 75. You must also have held a driving licence for 2 years or more.
If you are aged 21-24 and 76-79 please contact us as we may be able to get you insured.

Can we have additional driver?

Yes. Up to 3 people can be added but the insurance will go up – additional charge of £5 pp per day.

How much is the deposit?

There’s a non-refundable booking deposit of £200.00 payable before a booking can be confirmed, and the balance of the charges is then due at least 6 weeks before you’re due to hire from us.

Do I need to pay a security deposit?

Yes you do.

 

UK Hire and Residency £500
European Hire and Residency £750

 

This will be refunded within 7 days on the condition that the campervan is returned back to us in the same condition it went out.

What documents do I need to provide?

We need to see a card driving license for each driver and TWO secondary address IDs that match the address on the license – i.e. utility bill, council tax statement or bank/credit card/mortgage statements (mobile phone statements are excluded) dated within 90 days of the hire date.

 

As the paper counterpart license is no longer valid UK license holders need to also supply a DVLA license summary form which shows any points and endorsements on the license. You can download this from the DVLA website.

What insurance do you provide?

Comprehensive insurance is included within the basic price. If you have an accident, you’ll have to pay the policy excess of UK £500 and European £750.

 

In regard to your personal property, I’m afraid you are not covered, so you might want to take out your own insurance for this.

How long does the leisure battery last?

The leisure battery will charge up while you’re driving and will last for about 7 hours. The DVD player will only work off the mains hook-up.